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Coin Poem (one sheet) So cute for kids who are struggling with coin identification!

put laminated folders with center activities on the back of a bookshelf. Great way to not waste any space in the classroom!

This bulletin board display that integrates art and math with "symmetry projects" is eye-catching.

I really need this when I was In 2nd grade. And I find it now....maybe add multiplication and division for 5th and 6th grade

Another great fraction connection. It's colored plastic wrap on the clock.

MATH interactive notebooks! This set of math journal pages has everything you need to keep notes on math concepts ALL year! Check out the blog post for LOTS of pictures

Shape guys for teaching shape attributes

Cute idea for measurement and graphing

Nice strategies for working with odd and even numbers - includes a freebie!

Math talk prompts

Create math problems and describe how to answer them. We will be using this in our Math Journals at school!

Math Workshop Question Posters and bookmarks...general questions to ask... for common core math standards...

Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Explicitly Taught Learning Behaviors

Here's a nice notebook page on types of graphs and charts.

Change a connect four game into a "make Ten" game great for practicing addition!

Math Vocab Word Wall... LOVE

High math group or Sub work

Fun way to display knowledge of math facts and tie in technology

Do you use your manipulatives everyday?

Here's a nice way to kick off your math journals.